Social Networking Lite

These are a list of sites that I visit regularly, to keep up with developments in the field of history, digital humanities, or politics.

Academic Sites

GBC Social Sciences Department
Great Basin College (main site)

Department of History, University of Alaska Anchorage
University of Alaska Anchorage (main site)

Department of History, Emory University
Emory University (main site)
Oglethorpe University

Department of History, University of Georgia

French History

Society for French Historical Studies (SFHS)

H-France - Listserv, Book Reviews, and Discussion Forums.

French Politics - Art Goldhammer's outstanding blog on contemporary French politics, courtesy of one of the best translators of French political texts.

Digital History Resources and Projects
Virtual Humanities Center at Great Basin College (VHC) - Established with the help of a National Endowment for the Humanities Challenge Grant and local community partners, the VHC aims to collect, curate, and cultivate the humanities for rural Nevada. I ahve been the director of the project since 2016, and am proud to see the project come such a long way.
Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media - George Mason University's cutting edge center for digital projects and the use of media in the study of history. - An online presentation software package that I have used for some of my digital projects.

Global Health Chronicles - Maintained by Emory University Libraries and the Centers for Disease Control, the Global Health Chronicles is an archive of records (including oral histories) of global disease eradication programs. I had the honor of helping put together some of the original videos for the Smallpox Eradication portion of the site.

Other Sites of Interest

Alaska World Affairs Council - Outstanding Friday luncheon lecture series in Anchorage featuring a global smorgasboard of speakers.


Scott A. Gavorsky
Social Sciences Department
Great Basin College
1500 College Parkway
DCIT 121
Elko, NV 89801

(775) 753-2122

Updated on 25 November 2016
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